JEREMY Clarkson took a brutal swipe at Jonathan Ross’ looks on Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
The 61-year-old took aim at his fellow presenter on Saturday evening after a question relating to the latter’s wife came up on the ITV gameshow.
Jeremy Clarkson makes fun of Jonathan Ross
The host poked fun at his fellow host saying wife Jane Goldman is more ‘talented’ than himCredit: Instagram
Jeremy asked contestant Matt Smith: “Which of these has written screenplays for the ‘X-Men’ and ‘Kingsman’ series of films?”
The options were Abi Morgan, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Jane Goldman or Sally Wainwright.
Matt would correctly guess Jane, 51, who has been married to Jonathan, 60, since 1988.
“Yeah she did, I don’t know which X-Men film she wrote – I too didn’t know she had done – but I knew she wrote the Kingsman films. They’re brilliant, Kingsman is just… she’s a star that girl,” Jeremy gushed.
However, he did not miss the opportunity to poke a bit of fun at Jonathan, as the former Top Gear host said while sporting a cheeky grin: “Much more talented than her husband… just thought I’d throw that in.”
“He’s really looking his age he is, Jonathan, these days,” he added, before the contestant asked: “You think so?”
Clarkson went on: “A little bit younger than me, but you’d never know, you’d never know.
Matt would end up winning £64,000, but just missed out on bagging an even bigger sum of £125,000.
He was asked: “The Mekong River Delta is located in which Asian country?”
Smith opted to use his lifeline and ask the host for some help and Jeremy joked: “You’ve been to Vietnam. Did you open your eyes when you were there?”
“Did you notice an enormous brown things snaking through the country?”
He added: “From actually, Cambodia, it’s also in there. Luckily for you, I went down the Mekong last year to the South China Sea so know for 100 percent it’s in Vietnam.”
Contestant Matt Smith walked away with £64,000
Jonathan and Jane have been married since 1988Credit: Getty
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